HC Deb 18 February 1914 vol 58 c948

asked if the right hon. Gentleman is aware that a mail car daily runs from Kilrea to Cullybackey and back; that it calls on the way at two post offices, Ballymaconnelly, a mile and a half from Kilrea, and Rasharken, three miles from Kilrea, where there are two postmasters; that a change has recently been made under which persons in the immediate locality or in Kilrea writing to an address under one or other of these post offices have their letters carried past them to Belfast and back, a distance of nearly 100 miles, and involving a delay of a day in delivery; and if he will revert to the former practice?


I am having inquiry made, and I will communicate with the hon. Member.